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Whitstable Harbour Day & Oyster Festival 2005

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Aerial picture of Whitstable Harbour on 17th July 1991 evidence of the dust blowing from the Bretts aggregate from the east Quay where the ships are moored across the South Quay

Note red & cream East Kent Bus passing the old railway engine shed. the large concrete area centre is the Gorrell Tank car park beneath which surface water collects from the high ground above Duncan Downs on Borstal Hill before being drained it into the harbour at low tide

Miss Whitstable 2005 arrive driven by chauffeur David Fosdyke

N.B. David Fosdyke died following a long illness in January 2007

A word as Miss Whitstable Jamie-Ann, Chloe, Asher, Kissie the princess' as they before the green ribbon is cut to open Harbour Day

Looking from the top of the fisherman's huts to the basin & South Quay

A mixed day with early low cloud but when the sun came out the demand was for home-made ice cream

Taking passangers on excursions from the Harbours East Quay around Whitstable Bay & along to Reculver the Kingswear Castle

SB Greta on her summer berth

Not the 65 special but the Canterbury & District Model Engineering Society miniature train taking the same South Quay route as the Old Whitstable & Canterbury Railway

Picture captures the relaxing atmosphere of Harbour Day

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